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requirement, requisition
requirement (ri KWIGHR muhnt) (noun)
Something that is needed or which is essential: Sunshine is a requirement for the garden to grow.

Taking a math course is a requirement in order to finish a person's high school education.

requisition (rek" wi ZISH uhn) (noun)
1. An authoritative demand for something: Frank completed a requisition for fresh vegetables to be delivered to the store every Wednesday.
2. A formal demand or request, typically between nations for the provision of something or the exchange of individuals: At the end of the war, the general sent a requisition for all the prisoners to be released immediately.
3. A request for something that is available but not readily provided: The doctor signed the requisition for additional flu vaccine for her clinic.

It is a requirement that Tony review all requisition slips that are being sent to the supply department.

requisition (s) (noun), requisitions (pl)
1. A written or printed statement for anything that is needed: Ted, the captain of the boat, put in a requisition for food, water, and other necessities for his crew to be delivered before the next cruise.
2. The act or process of ordering something to be done: The police officer stipulated a requisition that Carl had to get out of the car and to show his driver's license.
requisition (verb), requisitions; requisitioned; requisitioning
To demand and take something that is needed; especially, for official or military use: Mrs. Swift, the school principal, requisitioned a new computer for her office.